Mollie has practically grown up in front of my camera since I first captured her at her dad and stepmom’s Highland Meadows wedding in 2014. I have worked with her family eleven times now I think! They are the best! We had already captured some urban senior photos in the RINO District of Denver. They decided they wanted some Colorado cap and gown pictures as well. For her older brother’s cap and gown session we included the family, so we were sure to include them in her session as well. Her three little brothers have all grown a ton since then. Time flies so fast it will probably be time for their senior sessions before I know it 😉
For Mollie’s session she decided on a colorful, garden setting. I suggested the Callahan House in Longmont. This is a great location, as it’s relatively unknown and there is some nice variety in a small, very walkable “backyard” space. Mollie decided on a dusty rose, long sleeve dress for her session. We incorporated some of her graduation garb as well. Her diploma and diploma cover, Brighton High School red graduation robe, class of 2022 tassel, and her beautifully decorated graduation cap. Decorating your graduation cap was not a thing back when I was in high school. But it’s a really neat trend, that I am onboard with for sure! This is a great way to show off your individual personality, interests, or a favorite quote to start you out on your new journey into adulthood.
This is definitely one of my favorites of Mollie’s Colorado cap and gown pictures. I love that ivy wall (probably not ivy LOL…I am not good at identifying plants/flowers), and Mollie’s vibrant smile!
Thanks again Mollie! I am sure I will have more opportunities to work with you and your wonderful family, since I have worked with you guys more than anyone else in my career! I hope college is going well so far. Good luck as you pursue architecture or wherever your journey takes you 🙂 Tomorrow on the blog, Ariana and Austin’s Sprague Lake engagement portraits.